New Delhi, June 13 IBNS | 5 months ago

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to embark INS Vikramaditya, the latest aircraft carrier inducted into the Indian Navy, for a 'Day at Sea' with the Western Fleet on Saturday.

The Prime Minister would be embarking the 'carrier at sea' by helicopter and is likely to witness a host of exercises by the frontline warships and aircraft of the Indian Navy.

Modi would be received at INS Hansa (Naval Air Station at Goa) by the Chief of Naval Staff Admiral RK Dhowan and a 150 men ceremonial 'Guard of Honour' would be presented to him on arrival.

During the day, the Prime Minister would witness 'Air Power Demonstration' by various naval aircraft including MiG 29K, Sea Harriers, P 8 I Long Range Maritime Patrol Anti-Submarine Warfare aircraft, TU 142M, IL 38 SD, Dorniers, Kamov and Sea King helicopters.

He will also watch high speed manoeuvres by Western Fleet ships including aircraft carrier INS Viraat, Delhi class destroyers, Talwar class frigates etc.

Modi shall also witness the take-off and 'arrestor wire landing operations' and high speed low level operations of MiG29 K integral fighters onboard the flight deck of INS Vikramaditya.

The Prime Minister is also scheduled to meet and interact with the crew onboard and address the officers and sailors of the Indian Navy.

(Posted on 13-06-2014)

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